Free Lynda.com Video: Adobe CC Libraries for Designers

If you’re a Creative Cloud subscriber and you haven’t tried CC Libraries yet, you really should at least kick the tires and see how they could fit into your workflow. But to get the best results, before you go diving in, check out Justin Seeley’s Lynda.com course, Adobe CC Libraries for Designers.

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Here’s the official description:

With Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) Libraries, you can manage and access design assets—like frequently used brushes and icons—from anywhere. In this brief, informative course, Justin Seeley shows graphic designers how to leverage the power of CC Libraries across key design applications. To begin, Justin explains what CC Libraries are, how to create them on both desktops and mobile devices, and how to share your libraries with colleagues. Next, he explains how to work with CC Libraries in Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, as well as which objects you store in each one. Justin wraps up with recommendations for other courses that can help you grow your CC knowledge.

Topics include:

  • Creating a CC Library on desktop and mobile devices
  • Sharing CC Libraries with others
  • Using Adobe Stock with CC Libraries
  • Using CC Libraries in Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign

In the free movie below, Justin starts at the beginning with What Are CC Libraries?

Adobe CC Libraries for Designers

What are CC Libraries?

 


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Creating a CC Library on the desktop

Adding new content to Libraries in Photoshop

Adding new content to Libraries in Illustrator

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Posted on: February 24, 2017

Mike Rankin

Mike is the Editor in Chief of InDesignSecrets.com, InDesign Magazine, and CreativePro.com. He is also the author of several lynda.com video training series, including Font Management Essential Training, InDesign FX, and InDesign CC: Interactive Document Fundamentals.

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